September 3, 1931 ~ June 27, 2020

Born in: Webster City, Iowa
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Bonnie Jean (Craig) Madsen
September 3, 1931 – June 27, 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana

Bonnie was born in Webster City, Hamilton County, IA. September 3, 1931, to Orville and Jessie Craig. She graduated from Lincoln High School in Webster City in 1948. Bonnie married Roger Madsen, Stanhope, IA, in 1950. They moved to Council Bluffs, IA, in 1961.

Bonnie and Roger had three children: RoJean, Craig and Martin. RoJean is presently living in Prescott, AZ, Craig lives in Indianapolis, IN, and Martin is deceased. Bonnie has four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Bonnie is preceded in death by her parents and sister, Janice K. Lester (1999) of Russellville, AR, mother of Kathy, Randy and Kim.

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Services

Visitation: July 2, 2020 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


Funeral Service: July 2, 2020 1:45 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


Graveside Service: July 2, 2020 3:00 pm

Oaklawn Memorial Gardens
9700 Allisonville Road
Fishers, IN 46250


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  1. Bonnie had a great laugh and did not let her life get her down. She was a kind person and dearly loved her family. She will be missed but I know she will make a wonderful angel.

  2. Bonnie was my great grandmother, she is my dad’s grandma. We will all miss her, and always have her in our hearts. She is in a better place now, even though we will miss her here on earth, she is with God and will live a everlasting life in peace.

  3. Bonnie was my great grandmother. I never really knew her because we lived so far away from her, but the few times I talked to her she was very kind and caring. Everyone said such good things about her, I wish I’d known her better. But I believe that she is in a better place now, and that God is watching over her in heaven.

  4. Bonnie was my great grandmother. I never really knew her because we lived so far away, but the few times I met her she was very kind and caring. From all the good things everyone says about her, I wish I’d known her better. But I believe that she is in a better place now, and that God is watching over her in heaven.

  5. Bonnie was my great grandmother. I never really knew her because we lived so far away, but the few times I met her she was very kind and caring. From all the good things everyone says about her, I wish I’d known her better. But I believe that she is in a better place now, and that God is watching over her in heaven.

  6. Thanks to everyone who visits my mother’s website. Legacy has done a great job. I wish today didn’t have to be lived, but I’ll get through it with family and friends’ support. Mom made it easy to be her son. I’ll miss her, of course, but she’s saying hello to many more where she is now than she is saying good-bye to here.

  7. Hi, I’m sorry to hear of Bonnie’s passing. I am Ruth and Ray Nail’s daughter, and Bonnie was my first cousin. We did not see each other a lot unless we were both in Webster City when she’d come to see her mother, my aunt…she was always so engaging and nice, and her smile was so warm. I love the video. May you experience peace during this difficult time.

  8. Bonnie took the place of my mother after my mom passed, here in Prescott. I leaned heavily on her and she brought me great comfort. I will miss you my friend, but I now have a guardian angel!

  9. From what I remember Bonnie was a kind, warm person. Am sure she will be missed. Her mother, Jessie, was my Dad’s

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